WDR-enabled cameras address security video lighting challenges so the images your system captures are clear.
This cheat sheet provides a basic overview of some of the technologies and equipment commonly used in today’s IP video systems.
High-tech solutions aren’t always the answer to your video surveillance challenges. Check out this guide if you are selecting security cameras.
Protecting the perimeter of a facility, building or other potential target lies at the forefront of a comprehensive, layered security plan. When properly designed and deployed, video and its advanced technologies is one of the most effective means to deter such breaches.
An integrated video and access control system enables this Texas school district to more efficiently investigate incidents. It also allows police to more effectively respond during emergencies.
Direct-to-Storage (DTS) applications and analytics can help your IP video system perform more effectively.
Independent video surveillance audits verify your cameras are working properly for your specific application, as well as recommend appropriate preventive maintenance. If done regularly, these reviews will ensure you make the most of your camera surveillance system.
The Nye County (Nev.) School District has installed an audio enhancement, panic alarm and camera system in its classrooms that not only keeps kids safe and secure, but helps them stay engaged in class lessons.
Placing video surveillance solutions in these nine locations will ensure your district’s technology investment has the greatest impact.
Crisis response can be a weak spot for many campuses. Learn how to manage tasks, share response plans and maintain command and control over response teams during a crisis.
Learn how tools like mass notification systems coupled with the right emergency communication plan can help your organization achieve the speed and reach it needs to keep everyone safe and informed.